Michele A. Eodice is professor emeritus of writing at the University of Oklahoma. She previously served as a Senior Writing Fellow in the Center for Faculty Excellence and as director of the OU Writing Center.
Michele’s research interests include co-authoring, collaborative writing, adult and higher education, developing faculty writing at universities, and student engagement and learning through writing practices. Among her publications, two books are the products of important collaborations: (First Person)2 : A Study of Co-Authoring in the Academy (2001), written with Kami Day, and The Everyday Writing Center: A Community of Practice (2007), written with Anne Ellen Geller, Frankie Condon, Meg Carroll, and Elizabeth H. Boquet. With Anne Ellen Geller, she published Working with Faculty Writers (Utah State University Press) in 2013.
|Randall Proctor II
At St. John’s University in Queens, New York, Anne Ellen Geller is Professor of English. She teaches a range of undergraduate and graduate English courses. From 2007 to 2021 she worked with faculty from all of St. John’s University’s colleges, first as Director of Writing Across the Curriculum, a program recognized with a 2013/14 CCCC Writing Program Certificate of Excellence, and then as Director of Writing Across Communities. Beyond St. John’s, she is a mentor with Visible Ink at Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital.
Anne is one of five collaborators on The Everyday Writing Center: A Community of Practice (Utah State University Press, 2007). She is currently researching and writing Funding a Future: Writing Programs, Literacy Politics, and the National Endowment for the Humanities, a book project in which she is tracing the impact of the millions of dollars the National Endowment for the Humanities devoted to seminars for teachers of writing and to the development of writing programs at large and small, public and private colleges and universities across the country. She is a two-time recipient of the International Writing Centers Association Outstanding Scholarship Award, and with Michele Eodice, she published Working with Faculty Writers in 2013.
|Joselin Rivera Rodriguez
Neal Lerner is a Professor and English Department Chair at Northeastern University, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in writing and the teaching of writing, and has held the departmental roles of Writing Center Director, Writing Program Director, Director of Writing in the Disciplines, and Co-Director of the Undergraduate Program in English. Lerner is the author of over 40 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on the history, theory, and practice of learning and teaching writing, and is a five-time recipient of the International Writing Centers Association Outstanding Scholarship Award. His book The Idea of a Writing Laboratory won the 2011 NCTE David H. Russell Award for Distinguished Research in the Teaching of English. His is also the co-author of Learning to Communicate as a Scientist and Engineer: Case Studies from MIT, winner of the 2012 CCCC Advancement of Knowledge Award, and co-author of The Longman Guide to Peer Tutoring, 2nd ed. His latest book, Reformers, Teachers, Writers: Curricular and Pedagogical Inquiries (Utah State University Press, 2019) takes up the distinction between curriculum and pedagogy in writing studies and argues that the field needs to embrace co-constructing curriculum with our students.
|Marielle Evangelista Filler